The EWN is a success for the local women and the travellers.
Women trekkers like the female guides.
They enjoy the knowledge that they share.
And they like the fun atmosphere that the sisters create.
They feel at ease as they explore the wonders of the Nepali Mountains.
The sisters’ treks are very different to other treks.
These usually involve racing to the top of mountains!
The EWN treks are all about enjoyment.
Lucky and her sisters said: ‘We concentrate on exploring the mountains and enjoying all they have to offer.
The enjoyment of the trip is as great as reaching the end destination.
Our aim is to share knowledge of our country and its culture.
We are not racing against time.
We bring time.
We bring time to stop and smell mountain flowers.
We bring time to watch animals play, birds fly.’
The sisters seem to be walking along two roads.
First there is the real road - where they trek through the Himalayan Mountains as guides.
Then, there is the road that people cannot see.
This road leads towards women gaining control of their lives.
In many ways, the second road is harder.
Social laws may put women as second class citizens.
They may stop women getting a good education.
And they may make women feel as though they are not worth very much.
But the sisters hope that education and skill training will change all this.
They hope that Nepali women will go on to bring real changes in their communities.
The sisters’ work is not easy.
It is a difficult road ahead.
But it is worth it.
They said: ‘Our dream is to empower the women of Nepal.
It is a long and hard path to walk.
But the jewels at the end are so great.
It is a path that we must travel.'